I have one more week of work at Fox TV Animation before I get a two month hiatus. Needless to say I’m looking forward to that! What will I do with two whole months off? Well, much of the time may already be filled with a new project Mike and I are about to take on. I can’t mention the details yet, until we’ve finalized things, but this project looks like it will be a lot of fun.
My wife Leila and I have a trip planned this month to San Felipe, in Baja California, Mexico. We’re going in the middle of the week, when we hope the beaches will be empty, and we can’t wait to go. This site gives a brief description of the attractions of this tranquil place south of the border:
“If you haven’t been to the eastern shore of northern Baja, you’re missing something special. Between the San Pedro Martir mountains and the tranquil blue Sea of Cortez is the fishing village of San Felipe (sahn feh-LEE-peh). It’s a place of natural beauty just 120 miles south of the border at Mexicali/Calexico. It has sunny skies, gentle evening breezes, and bathtub-warm ocean waters that can reach 86-87 degrees in August.”
Works for me! Consulting my crystal ball, I predict several relaxing days on the beach, sipping margaritas and unwinding.
Meanwhile, Leila is off to San Francisco this weekend to visit some of her friends there, while I hold down the fort in Los Angeles, and do some layout work on a new comic book project Mike and I are writing even as you read this.